Odds are, those people are right. It doesn't matter if it was the Diversity Bullies' idea or not, they will get their fingers in any area that they can use to promote their race-based, divisive agenda and secure their position in the Diversity Industry. Job security and empire building are critical warfare sub-specialties, you know.
Funny, with each passing example they remind me more and more of the old Soviet Political Officers. Didn't matter if the Political Officer was just a LT or LCDR - CDR, CAPT and Admirals would worry and fret every time they had to interact with them - you never knew you might say or do the wrong thing - or worse, someone could accuse you of it. Next thing you know, for no reason you have orders to some place isolated and cold - you know, like Great Lakes.
From: [REDACTED], Dana CDR CNAF, N[REDACTED]
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 15:35
Subject: FW: NROTC FLAG OFFICER SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM
Captains, Commodores, and Commanding Officers,
I would recommend that you have your squadrons engage with the Flag Officers that are assigned to the same units to look to see if they would like to coordinate with them on a possible visit or other Aviation related event that the unit may be having in the near future.
Once your squadrons have engaged with the NROTC units, I would ask that you have them also include us here in the Diversity Directorate in their reply back to CNAF (via enclosure 2), so we can help to improve the process as much as possible.
Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help in this process in the interim.
CDR Dana [REDACTED]
Force Diversity Director
COMNAVAIRFOR and NAE
(619) 545-[REDACTED] (W)
(904) 316-[REDACTED] (C)
I am sure Dana is a good officer doing what we all do/did - carry out our orders to the best of our ability. I wonder if he knows though the pedigree of the debunked and corrosive philosophy he is supporting?
It is amazing when you see how far the Diversity Industry and its Navy Branch have warped otherwise clear thinking professionals. We have Flag Officers showing pimping their integrity at blatantly sectarian events - as corrosive to a diverse nation's unity as they are rife with the usual ethnic self-identification fraud.
Many in my family, including your humble blogger, have unique teeth characteristics of their American Indian ancestry - what do you think we should do .... what do you think hundreds of thousands of people are doing?
On a slightly more serious note ..... and if you don't think the Diversity Industry is full of those who are not interested in a nation where all are considered equal and befitting equal rights - well take this jewel onboard.
... all persons are protected from discrimination or intimidation regardless of their race is that fair enforcement of the VRA is important for its very survival. America is increasingly a multiracial, multiethnic, and multicultural society. For such a diverse group of people to be able to live and function together in a democratic society, there have to be certain common standards that we are bound by and that protect us all. In fact, as we become more diverse, it is even more important that our national standards of non-discrimination are enforced by the federal government.Sad but, if you apply his ideas to what we do in the Navy - you will be professionally destroyed. Until we have a 4-star that is willing to state, "We will not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, or national origin in the Navy." and lead from the front to defend the goodness of their Navy as opposed to smear it with the innuendo of its enemies - then we will continue to order officers to act in a way that is no different at its core than those who threw on a hood or stood in the way of a school house door.
One of these most basic standards is equal protection under the law. When that is violated, America does not live up to the true meaning of its creed. When it is followed, the country functions the way it was intended to. For the Department of Justice to enforce the Voting Rights Act only to protect members of certain minority groups breaches the fundamental guarantee of equal protection, and could substantially erode public support for the Voting Rights Act itself.
My fourth reason for this kind of law enforcement is very simple: Selective enforcement of the law, including the Voting Rights Act, on the basis of race is just not fair and does not achieve justice.
Bigotry is bigotry. Right now - the Navy stands on the side of bigotry; once again, to our great shame.